Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Cowboys=SuperBowl, Apr 20, 2017.
Same dude who predicted us to win less than 6 games last year ... he's a hater
Yeah easy for us to say. But I do feel for the players when they don't get the proper rest which makes them even more susceptible to injury.
I preferred when Pink did it.
the opiate of the mediocre.
The strength of schedule is nothing new.
At first glance I have us winning between 9-11 games.
I can't be quick about that because I honestly cannot think of one. It's a great question.
I was going to go Doug Flutie but that was 18 years ago.
I'll wait for the draft before I really start my bemoaning.
Ending @Philly 2 years in a row is kind of annoying though.
1. New head coaches in Denver (no Wade Phillips coaching the Denver D as well), LA Rams, San Francisco, and the LA Chargers.
2. Aging QB's for Arizona & the Chargers, Denver has no QB, and a lackluster Alex Smith with the Chiefs.
3. Dallas will be better prepared to play the Gnats (Eli can easily be rattled).
4. Seattle outside of Seattle is a definitely a winnable game.
Basically, Aaron Rodgers is the only QB who has consistently scorched Dallas.
Wentz, Carr, Cousins, and Ryan can all be corralled, and knocked around if Marinelli develops an aggressive defensive scheme.
Dig deeper that schedule is not that difficult ~ assuming Garrett does not get out-coached (Andy Reid or Mike McCarthy will be a challenge) or fails to get the team prepared.
Pink is actually awesome! Come at me, bro!
I will do one better. 19-0
Damn brutal schedule. Trade all draft picks for next year and tank. LOL!
It won't be that bad.
Rams and 49ers only freebies on that schedule. Gonna be a tough one this year.
From the complaining I thought we only got 6 home games.
This is the year!
Week "9" for our old #9. Fitting.
I don't think the Raiders are going to be as good this year. We beat the Raiders!
Hopefully, it won't be as tough as it appears. With that said, if the NFC East turns out to be the 2014 version of the NFC South, so be it as long as Dallas is the one who gets to advance. The division should be there for the taking even if the schedule is brutal.
I don't like that they have a string of very physical opponents to start the year. Not sure how good Denver will be, but they will certainly try to leave a mark. Legally or otherwise.